I've always thought that we, as human beings, would be naive and arrogant to pretend that we're the only life form in the galaxy.
I don't think you ever leave Star Trek for good.
I'm sort of in for a penny, in for a pound with Star Trek, It's my life at this point. To deny it would just be foolish.
I think Star Trek has been very double-edged for all of us - as actors, writers, directors.
I like contemporary American literature and I like biographies and I like jazz and I like baseball and I like writers who write about the human condition and sci-fi is just something that I happened into.
Well, there's much more time to do a weekly show, and much more coverage - as it turns out, it was all preparation for the stuff I'm doing now - but it was interesting to see how much time was spent on how little airtime, compared to knocking out a show a day on the soaps.
If the prime directives were followed a little more accurately here on earth, I mean it sounds somewhat Pollyanna, but I think people would certainly get along better.
I always enjoyed going into the holodeck.
No, the type-casting didn't happen until after Star Trek. I don't think that you get typecast until you've been cast!
I think that I've been pigeon-holed by virtue of the fact that I've spent so much time in front of a green screen.
I think, frankly, that I'm a better director than I was an actor.
I think, unfortunately or fortunately, the reality of Hollywood is that if your movie makes money, they'll make another one.
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